The Library Foundation was founded to enhance the Louisville Free Public Library’s mission of providing the people of Metro Louisville with the broadest possible access to knowledge, ideas, and information, and to support them in their pursuit of learning. Since its founding in 1980, the Foundation has provided funding to build the library’s collections, to expand technology, and to support vital library programs, services, projects, such as the Summer Reading Program, librarian scholarships, The Job Shop, the new Newburg branch library, and the Landmark Initiative to restore and renovate the historic Main Library.
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Design for the new Southwest Regional Library is unveiled. Continue reading
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Benefiting, promoting, supporting, encouraging, and enhancing the programs and services of the Free Public Library. Continue reading
Western Library Grand Re-opening 2012! For more on this project, click here.
Louisville's Newest and Greenest Library
The Louisville Free Public Library’s newest branch opened March 24, 2012. Continue reading
Renovation - Expansion
The Library Foundation has provided new books, furniture, and technology, thanks to the generosity of donors! Continue reading